About the Project
The group you will join is funded by the EU and Industry, and is integrating a range of novel technological platforms through active collaborations to uncover the complex regulatory pathways at work and deliver this exciting data. Techniques include novel optical nanosensors (in collaboration with Jonathan Aylott), Mass Spectroscopy (in collaboration with Morgan Alexander) and Raman Sectroscopy (in collaboration with Ioan Notingher).
The University of Nottingham is one of the world’s most respected research-intensive universities, ranked 8th in the UK for research power (REF 2014). Students studying in the School of Life Sciences will have the opportunity to thrive in a vibrant, multidisciplinary environment, with expert supervision from leaders in their field, state-of-the-art facilities and strong links with industry. Students are closely monitored in terms of their personal and professional progression throughout their study period and are assigned academic mentors in addition to their supervisory team. The School provides structured training as a fundamental part of postgraduate personal development and our training programme enables students to develop skills across the four domains of the Vitae Researcher Development Framework (RDF). During their studies, students will also have the opportunity to attend and present at conferences around the world. The School puts strong emphasis on the promotion of postgraduate research with a 2-day annual PhD research symposium attended by all students, plus academic staff and invited speakers.
Ruparell A., Dubern JF., Ortori C., Harrison, F., Halliday N., Emtage A., Ashawesh, M., Laughton C., Diggle, SP., Williams P., Barrett D., and Hardie K.R (2016) The fitness burdens imposed by synthesising quorum sensing systems. Nature Scientific Reports. 6, 33101 http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/04/26/050229.
Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters.
Based on your current search criteria we thought you might be interested in these.